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Subfolders for Battlemap pages.


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I'm running a home brew in an ever expanding world setting. The amount of battle pages i have are starting to become a little ungainly and difficult to navigate. Would it be possible to implement a Subfolder for battle maps. Such as alongside 'create new page' function, there was also a 'create to folder' function, and in the settings of each page there was an addition setting to move this Page into an already created folder.  Many Thanks for reading. 
+1 Page folders would be great to have, and the ability to move pages between folders. In my current campaign, the party is exploring the original Temple of Elemental Evil from 2nd edition, which has about 10 maps JUST for the temple grounds (it's a megamodule). And they have been at many other locations as well. Right now, I'm used "Archived" for storage of maps, but there's only so text space for a map name to help make sure I can keep track of each of them to access when needed.
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